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000182861 245__ $$aOptical Fibre optimized for the Reduction of Nonlinear effects
000182861 260__ $$bWorld Intellectual Property Organization$$c2012
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000182861 500__ $$aInternational Filing Date: 07.12.2011 Publication Date: 14.06.2012
000182861 520__ $$aAn optical fibre designed to simultaneously attenuate the effect of modulation instability and stimulated Raman scattering. A first solution proposes to use non-zero dispersion shifted fibres in the normal dispersion regime to reduce both influences at the same time. A further solution proposes to implement corresponding filter elements in the signal line. A still further solution proposes to additionally provide absorber elements for the Raman wavelengths or to design the core as a leaky one for these wavelengths.
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